Santa & the Shnugglefluffle

Have you ever wondered why you could never stay awake long enough to see Santa on Christmas Eve?

Well, little M has given it a good go, rehearsing for the first years of his life. This determination inspired the second short story in the ‘Matthew and the Shugglefluffle’ collection.

The short story introduces Santa to toddlers, who can often be baffled by the sudden change in season. Monkey and Matthew then discover how the Shnugglefuffles assist Father Christmas on Christmas Eve.

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Santa & The Shnugglefluffle is written as the last book before sleep for 6month – 2 year olds. The aim of the series is to help develop a positive bedtime routine, the vibrant pictures, enjoyable story and familiar structure is designed to help babies understand what is happening each night.

Growing up, I often tried to stay awake to see Father Christmas deliver my presents, but every year, I would fall asleep before he and his reindeer arrived. Trying to figure out why and visiting the sleeping habits of little M, I realised that perhaps there was some magic at work!
This is the premise for ‘Santa and the Shnugglefluffle’ which incorporates the mysterious ‘shnugglefluffledust’ a ‘rocket’ and a ‘panda bear’.

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If you would like to order your copy of the festive short story for toddlers, please visit www.flumbles.co.uk where you can find more information and a detailed description of the book.

Santa and the Shnugglefluffle is also available on Amazon Kindle and Amazon Book Store.

5 comments

  1. A fantastic idea, I love the idea of the narrative and the Avatar called Matthew is great!

    Would love him as my Image on Twitter.

  2. What a fab idea Thanks for linking to the #THAT FRIDAY LINKY come back next week please

  3. Awesome idea. I have some of my own and have been looking into publishing. Any tips you can share???

  4. Thanks Patricia. Lots of patience was key, but I was fortunate to be able to print and design myself. I then published using createspace.com which has enabled international distribution of the book. It was a big learning curve, but great fun. Thanks for visiting 🙂

  5. Love the name of the book! Sounds great! Thanks for linking up to That Friday Linky! Sorry the comment is a bit late

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